OPD

Mahabharata and Peter Brook: The discovery of India by a Columbus of theatre

The Mahabharata was not a text that I would come to, naturally or otherwise. But strange as it may seem, the text with all its epic-textuality and granularity came to me, not once but twice over.

published on : 6th July 2022

After SCB, VIMSAR in queue to start online ticketing for OPDs  

Sources said a budget of Rs 25 lakh has been allocated by the State government and the process has already started with hospital authorities floating a tender for the purpose.

published on : 24th May 2022

Pushed to the margins: How Delhi's slumdwellers are left after demolition without rehabilitation

Left homeless after demolitions, slum dwellers are either waiting for rehabilitation for years or caught in red tape of agencies and most of the evicted families are left to fend for themselves.

published on : 2nd May 2022

Exclusive Stoma Care Clinic inaugurated at Tiruchy's Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital

Doctors said that stool, bile and urine are diverted temporarily or permanently at the base of the abdomen during life-saving surgeries on rectal cancer, bladder cancer, intestinal obstruction etc.

published on : 20th April 2022

Rajasthan doctor suicide: Clinics in Bengaluru shut OPD services on Saturday

Dr Archana Sharma died by suicide on Tuesday, following alleged harassment when one of her pregnant patients died.

published on : 4th April 2022

Mum’s the Message  

A Mumbai doctor’s healthcare initiative delivers free health advice to patients’ mobile phones.

published on : 27th March 2022

OPD services in private hospitals to be hit today as doctors protest National Medical Commission Bill

The doctors in the State and across the country will be suspending the routine service of the outpatient department between 6 am and 6 pm, but emergency and critical services will continue to operate

published on : 2nd January 2018